Neighborhood News

What’s been up in the nabes? More than any one person could ever keep up with, but here are a few highlights:

Glen Park cleanup next weekend – June 9, 2012

We’re looking forward to partnering with DPW and their staff, equipment, and know-how to continue to clean and green our neighborhood on June 9th. We hope you’ll join your neighbors, Mayor Lee, and Supervisors Campos and Wiener in volunteering at this DPW Community Clean Team event for Districts 8 and 9.

Noe Valley Summerfest is coming up soon – Saturday, June 16, 2012
Hawaiian shave ice, Smitten ice cream tasting, a petting zoo, live music, honey bee demos, a magic show … it can only mean one thing: SummerFEST on 24th Street.

On Saturday June 16 from 11-5 (the day before Father’s Day), 24th Street merchants will be throwing a family event in downtown Noe Valley.

via Noe Valley SF (and yes, Zephyr is a sponsor. Who knew??!)
Burrito Justice has an awesome look at the Miracle Mile, circa 1954… more commonly known these days as Mission St.
D10 Watch highlights some upcoming home ownership workshops being sponsored by Lennar.
From Lennar:

DON’T MISS THE OPPORTUNITY

Join one of our FREE Home Ownership Assistance Workshops and start building your future today!

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 2012
6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Lennar Trailers at Hunters Point Shipyard Corner of Donahue St & Galvez Ave

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2012
6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Bayview Opera House 4705 Third Street, San Francisco

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2012
6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Bayview Opera House 4705 Third Street, San Francisco

REGISTER EARLY — SPACE IS LIMITED

REGISTRATION:
Please contact Chonta Burgess at 415.344.8861 or Chonta.Burgess@lennar.com
Visit our website at www.hunterspointcommunity.com

Brought to you by:
Hunters Point Shipyard Homebuyers Assistance Workshop Hunters Point Shipyard Redevelopment c/o Lennar/BVHP One California Street, 27th Floor San Francisco, CA 94111

The Dogpatch Howler has a fascinating story about trying to track down who in the city is responsible for an old police station that recently suffered approximately $200,000 in fire damage. Long story short: everyone thinks the building belongs to someone else, the city is going to sell it someday, but a lot of paperwork remains to be hurdled between today and the sale!

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